What were the results of the European Parliament elections, Champions League Final, McDonalds planning application and other local news stories?

What were the results of the European Parliament elections, Champions League Final, McDonalds planning application and other local news stories?

What were the results of the European Parliament elections, Champions League Final, McDonalds planning application and other local news stories?

                                               

European Parliament
European Parliament

The results of the European Parliamentary Elections in the Northwest England region were announced last week and were as follows:-

Brexit Party (3 seats) – Claire Fox, Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen, David Bull
Liberal Democrats (2 seats) – Chris Davies, Jane Brophy
Labour (2 seats) – Julie Ward, Theresa Griffin
Green (1 seat) – Gina Dowding

The Conservative Party, UKIP, Change UK, English Democrat, UK EU and two independent candidates failed to win any seats in this region.

The eight elected Members of the European Parliament will take up their seats on 2nd July 2019.

This weekend saw the River Festival return over the two days of the weekend in Liverpool (as well as a much smaller River Festival on the Wirral side of the River Mersey).
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Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Seacombe: Labour hold (Paul Stuart)

Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Seacombe: Labour hold (Paul Stuart)

                                    






Seacombe Ward
 
Name of candidate    Description (if any)  Votes  %
STUART
Paul Charles
 Labour Party 2,245  85%  Elected
LAING
John Richard
 Local Conservatives 386  15%  Not elected

There were 59 rejected ballot papers, the electorate was 10,091 and the turnout was 27%.

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Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Oxton: Lib Dem hold (Stuart Kelly)

Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Oxton: Lib Dem hold (Stuart Kelly)

                             








Oxton Ward
 
Name of candidate    Description (if any) Votes  %
KELLY
Stuart Edward
 Liberal Democrat 2,381  54%  Elected
NOWAK
Vicky
 Labour Party 1,568  36%  Not elected
MERRY
Philip Graham
 Conservative Party Candidate  275  6%  Not elected
HEYDON
Liz
 Green Party 183  4%  Not elected

There were 27 rejected ballot papers, the electorate was 11,044 and the turnout was 40%.

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Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): New Brighton: Labour hold (Tony Jones)

Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): New Brighton: Labour hold (Tony Jones)

                          










New Brighton Ward
 
Name of candidate    Description (if any) Votes  %
JONES
Tony
 Labour Party 2,214  52%  Elected
PRITCHARD
Tony
 Local Conservatives 1,452  34%  Not elected
WALTERS
Paula
 UK Independence Party 257  6%  Not elected
STONALL
Cynthia
 Green Party 197  5%  Not elected
USHER
Jackie
 Liberal Democrats 93  2%  Not elected
NORTH
Gregory William
 Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 51  1%  Not elected

There were 16 rejected ballot papers, the electorate was 10,946 and the turnout was 39%.

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Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Moreton West and Saughall Massie: Conservative hold (Chris Blakeley)

Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Moreton West and Saughall Massie: Conservative hold (Chris Blakeley)

                        







Moreton West & Saughall Massie Ward
 
Name of candidate    Description (if any) Votes  %
BLAKELEY
Chris
 Local Conservatives 2,384  57%  Elected
GREANEY
Karl Gerard
 Labour Party 1,425  34%  Not elected
JONES
Beryl Rosina
 UK Independence Party  301  7%  Not elected
STOWELL-SMITH
Lindsey Claire
 Green Party Candidate 86  2%  Not elected

There were 17 rejected ballot papers, the electorate was 10,682 and the turnout was 39%.

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